First emerging under the name Dizzle Dizz as a 16-year-old back in 2011, she made a name for herself with impressive rapid-fire freestyles in front of guys like ASAP Rocky and Meek Mill. Finding her voice as an artist, she changed her name to Tierra Whack and started making the most creative, unique music of her career that was true to herself. "Mumbo Jumbo," plays out like a twisted reflection of mumble rap and current hip-hop trends—accompanied by one of the best music videos of the year, truly proving creativity is never lacking when it comes to this Philly native. Taking advantage of her background as a vocal major in art school and time spent in a church choir, her sound is veering in a more melodic direction than her earlier work—but still packs the sharp lyrics and flow that make her unique. Her music, style, and delivery are a breath of fresh air in today’s music space, where inspired creativity is all too common. In essence, Tierra is creating a wave that has everyone on the edges of their seats.